The Rocky Mountain Map Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of maps and other items of cartographic interest. The Society was formed in 1991 and is based in Denver, Colorado.  Upcoming meetings, past events and other information can be found at the tabs above. We hope to see you soon!

Due to the Coronavirus, Rocky Mountain Map Society offers hybrid programming (a mix of in-person and online talks). Come join us in our new venue, History Colorado, AND on Zoom to learn about maps from the comfort of your own home!

Announcements:

  • Our next event is "Orienteering and the Use of Maps in the Field" by Peter Goodwin and Joseph Huberman (Hosted by Chicago Map Society). This talk will be on Zoom on November 18, 2021 @ 6:00 PM CT (5:00 PM MT). More information can be found here.

  • HOW DID WE DO? 
    If you were unable to join our November 9th program via Zoom, or had trouble with sound or visuals, please let Naomi Heiser know. We are working with History Colorado staff to improve our hybrid programming.

  • We hope you had a good summer and we're looking forward to seeing you at Rocky Mountain Map Society programs again.  We'll be offering hybrid programs in a new venue this season!  History Colorado has generously offered in-person space in their Research Center, and they'll be broadcasting and recording our programs as well. Hope to see you soon! 

  • The Rocky Mountain Map Society has a YouTube Page now! Past talks are available to view whenever you like. Check it out!

  • The 38th International Map Collectors Society (IMCoS) Symposium will be held in Brussels. The 2021 IMCoS Symposium will highlight the early Belgian contributions to the development of cartography worldwide. Find out more here.

  • Our friend John Docktor has a wonderful list of all upcoming map events, not just in the USA, but across the pond as well. Please check it out!